Need Help with Bottles ID

mahune

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One of them I think is a cocaine drink from Paris. The others I have no idea. Any help would be appreciated. These are just a few of the bottles I have that are unidentified.
 

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The heavy clear one with the crack looks like a Seltzer bottle that would be returned to be refilled. The Saxlahner is a Bitterquelle which I believe is a German mineral water, interesting , but very common. Not sure about the rest, but don't quit your day job.
 

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The heavy clear one with the crack looks like a Seltzer bottle that would be returned to be refilled. The Saxlahner is a Bitterquelle which I believe is a German mineral water, interesting , but very common. Not sure about the rest, but don't quit your day job.
Thanks for the information.
 

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Saxlahner also made a bottle that was about the same look as the Bitterquelle and the bottom read Bittervassar or bittervazzer I just can not recall exactly.
 

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The initials on the seltzer stand for Crescent City Soda & Mineral Water Co, New Orleans. I think it was one of the bigger New Orleans bottling companies because I'm familiar with it despite never having set foot anywhere near Louisiana. The wide mouth bottle is a British pickle (or something pickle-adjacent like horseradish) bottle. The green crown top bottle looks like an imported beer bottle. Green was rarely used for beer by US bottlers but was widely used in Europe. The large brown one is a generic bulk medicine or chemical bottle. It could have had all sorts of different things in it.
 

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The initials on the seltzer stand for Crescent City Soda & Mineral Water Co, New Orleans. I think it was one of the bigger New Orleans bottling companies because I'm familiar with it despite never having set foot anywhere near Louisiana. The wide mouth bottle is a British pickle (or something pickle-adjacent like horseradish) bottle. The green crown top bottle looks like an imported beer bottle. Green was rarely used for beer by US bottlers but was widely used in Europe. The large brown one is a generic bulk medicine or chemical bottle. It could have had all sorts of different things in it.
That info was very helpful. Thanks. I have many that I've dug up around the New Orleans area that are European.
 

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